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It's Not About You [Import]

Ennis Sisters Audio CD
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1. Turn Up The Radio
2. Knocks Me Off My Feet
3. Somebody Somewhere
4. It's Not About You
5. I'd Never Walk Away
6. All Over Again
7. Kiss Him
8. If Only
9. Without You
10. Leaving On My Mind
11. October Wind
12. So Many Angels
13. It's Not About You (Remix)
14. I'd Never Walk Away (Remix)
15. Without You (Remix)

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1.0 out of 5 stars Broken heart Sept. 17 2003
Format:Audio CD
listening to this album was like watching someone throw paint on a beautiful painting, like waking up in the morning to the girl you sat up with all night talking to find out in the morning her favorite movie is Jackass and she wants to spend the day cruising the mall. Britany meets and mates with the dixie Chicks. After the intelligence of the songs of the first two albums, the texture of the simple arrangements so evoking their home of Nova Scotia, the stories, the pure and warm vocals this one is baffling in it's adolescent stupidity. "Every Lover knows this song too well" they sing and after the first listening you'll know these the same way, finishing off the rhyme before you hear it. Maureen and some guy named Murphy wrote all the songs and apparently they never met a beat-up hackneyed pop cliche they didnt like or a one syllable word they couldnt rhyme with the most obvious and lazy choice. Feel/Real, free/me and the list goes on and on and on. It could be a glossary of high school rhymes and sentiments. The melodeess have no surprises and follow the path of least resistance. Apparently Murphy was trying to find work for as many of his musician friends as he could and the arrangements include everyone playing his hardest at the same time. Someone obviously stole the Innis Sisters cut their brains in half and threw away the good part. Where is the voice from Red Rose, "and the Moon nd the Stars" After listening to Walk Away, I did and played Red Rrose three times to get the taste out of my ears. This album breaks my heart, dont buy it and maybe they'll return to what they do so well - interpret folk songs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars "A superb talent with a changed style" Sept. 13 2003
Format:Audio CD
I am a great fan of Newfoundland music. These girls are incredible, however I was disappointed with most of the material
in the first part of this CD. I have their 2 Canadian albums and they are masterpieces. As they grew stronger and more popular, they became more middle of the road and attempted to become commercially succesful by signing with Rounder. This act was originally an acoustic folk/traditional act with a country influence. I never considered them a country act. Nefoundland music is an amalgam of many styles and is one of the few unique sounds available today. It is a province set up geographically and culturally from the rest of Canada. There first 2 CDS= "The Ennis Sisters" and "3" are better and more folk flavored for sure
On this CD I liked "If only", "I would never walk away" and "Without you" The first 2 songs on this CD are disasters in my opinion and are sell outs of who they are. They have a special talent and should be willing to do "modern folk with a country twinge" I believe if the companies would release songs like "Forever Young" and "Lullaby" from earlier CDS, the world would love them.
Overall this is stilla good cd. It is just not my taste. (...)
Other great acts from ths island are Pamela Morgan, Great Big Sea, Glenn Vincent Breen, Terry Penney and Jim Fidler and the defunct band "Rawlins Cross"
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3.0 out of 5 stars Is this REALLY Rounder Records? July 19 2003
Format:Audio CD
Okay, it's official. Rounder Records, one of the best independent labels for stunning folk, bluegrass, and rock flavored music, has actually released an album that is only below average. While this may seem like a harsh appraisal of the Ennis Sisters' debut, it is fitting in that this record is way below the bar for both the label and the artists themselves.
When listening to the album, the talent of these women is undeniable. Their harmonies are beautiful, tight, and stunning and each singer fares just as well performing on her one. However, it is also obvious that there is a far more unique sound just waiting to break through the bars of conformist, packaged pop that haunts the majority of the album. While they are billed as one of Rounder's usually stunning country acts, it appears that the Ennis Sisters have been more influenced by pseudo-country queens Shedaisy than the likes of Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton. Songs such as "I'd Never Walk Away" are as poorly written and generically arranged as most of the pop drivel escaping from Music City as of late, while "Kiss Me" and "Knocks Me Off My Feet" sound as if the sisters are pandering to an audience of middle school pop fans rather than the older crowd that usually turns to the label's music. The fact that the album features "remixes" of three songs from the album does not help their reputation as serious country artists either, as these tracks do little more than make the ditties in question less original than they were to begin with.
But the record does have its moments.
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